Tsim Sha Tsui Hotels
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InterContinental Hong Kong

InterContinental Hong Kong Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 590-room InterContinental is one of the most luxurious hotels in Hong Kong, conveniently situated in Kowloon within walking distance of numerous sights. Its claim to fame may be that over two-thirds of the rooms have harbor views, but the hotel has plenty else to brag about, including seven dining options (one is NOBU and another is an Alain Ducasse restaurant), a rooftop pool, a top-notch spa, and gorgeous rooms featuring 24-hour butler service. Rooms are decorated with Asian accents -- such as tasseled gold and brown bed throws with calligraphy print -- and also feature large flat-screen TVs with DVD players, iPod docks, and marble bathrooms with separate showers and tubs. There's a fee for Wi-Fi, but those who can afford this hotel rate it as one of Hong Kong's best.

The Peninsula Hong Kong

The Peninsula Hong Kong Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 300-room Peninsula Hong Kong is the city's oldest hotel; built in 1926, it evokes the elegance of the '20s but the modern sophistication of the 21st century. The grand lobby features high, gilded ceilings and stately pillars, and hosts the hotel's popular afternoon High Tea. The European-style rooms are classic and tasteful, if a bit stuffy to some, and marble bathrooms have separate showers and soaking tubs. The amenities are, as expected from such a high-caliber hotel, top-notch: six gourmet dining options, an indoor pool, a full-service spa with stellar city views, and a modern fitness center, also with stunning views. Many people (who can afford it) stay here for the bragging rights alone -- after all, some of the hotel's guests are flown in by private helicopter. The vibe is very upscale, and there's even a dress code that's enforced throughout the hotel (no flip-flops allowed!). The location in the touristy Tsim Sha Tsui neighborhood, near designer shopping and Victoria Harbour, is very convenient.

InterContinental Grand Stanford

InterContinental Grand Stanford Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Location is a big draw at the InterContinental, as it is within walking distance of museums and major sights. The rooms are also a highlight, and are tastefully decorated in a classic style, with understated wood furnishings and neutral-toned carpeting. They also feature up-to-date amenities such as large flat-screen TVs and marble bathrooms. Some rooms offer beautiful views of the harbor and Hong Kong skyline, which is especially stunning at night. However, unlike competitors such as the Grand Hyatt and the Conrad (both across the harbor), standard rooms here do not have separate showers and tubs. The InterContinental has numerous amenities, including three restaurants, a bar, a heated rooftop pool, and a small fitness center. It is a solid pick, especially for sightseers, but the Langham and Peninsula are a tad more opulent.

Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui

Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 381-room Hyatt Regency sits atop a six-story shopping mall in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, a popular tourist area known for its museums, historic sights, and shops. The Hyatt Regency has everything one would expect to find in an upscale chain hotel: contemporary rooms with plush beds, marble bathrooms, and high-tech amenities; both casual and fine dining options; and an attractive pool. Spectacular vistas of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island can be viewed from some guest rooms, the gym, and a few common areas. All in all, the property is a great luxury pick, though it lacks a spa. Also, fees for Internet and parking may leave some guests feeling nickel-and-dimed.

The Mira Hong Kong

The Mira Hong Kong Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This hip 492-room luxury property is centrally located in hopping Tsim Sha Tsui. From the pool to the rooms and the spa, everything here has an almost futuristic touch: Think colorful lighting, straight lines, and a sleek design. Most rooms are decent-sized by Hong Kong standards, and all feature Bose iPod docks, LCD TVs, wireless keyboards, and "infotainment" units with Internet access and on-demand options. Marble bathrooms, though ultra-modern and squeaky clean, have clear glass walls, so those who want some privacy will have to pull down the blinds every time they step inside. The hotel boasts seven outstanding dining and dinking options -- two of which are Michelin-rated -- that range from upscale to casual. There's also a modern fitness center, and great services such as the use of cell phones provided during the stay.

Kowloon Shangri-La Hong Kong

Kowloon Shangri-La Hong Kong Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This luxury hotel lives up to the Shangri-La brand's stellar reputation, but there are a few small details that prevent it from being a true five-pearl property. Beautiful rooms have elegant furnishings, wood accents, and floor-to-ceiling windows, most with sweeping views of Victoria Harbor or the skyline. But lower category room bathrooms, though clad in marble, feature hotel-brand toiletries, and a few don’t have tubs. There are several fine dining options, as well as a more casual tapas bar and a lobby lounge with bar service, but the highlight here is the Shang Palace, a wonderful Cantonese restaurant boasting two Michelin stars and outstanding service (which reopened in September 2012 after a renovation). The fitness center, small indoor pool, and classy business center make it a great pick for business travelers, but its central location in Tsim Sha Tsui, near major attractions and the MTR, make it an ideal option for tourists, too.

The Langham, Hong Kong

The Langham, Hong Kong Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Located in the heart of the popular tourist area Tsim Sha Tsui, the 495-room Langham Hotel is a luxury property and a shopper's paradise -- it's close to designer stores like Fendi and Louis Vuitton, and also near the Langham Place Shopping Mall. The hotel itself fits right in to its high-end surroundings. The gorgeous European-style lobby features high, gilded ceilings with huge crystal chandeliers, and the rooms have fancy golden fixtures in the bathrooms and modern amenities like iPod docks, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. Although there are plenty of dining options right outside the hotel, The Langham does have several of its own restaurants, including The Bostonian, an American-style lounge with a raw bar, and the Michelin-starred Tang Court. After a day of shopping or sightseeing, guests can head to the rooftop pool and Jacuzzi, sweat it out in the very well-equipped fitness center, or relax in The Langham Club, a trendy lounge with a DVD library, a modern business center, and buffet-style kitchen stocked with snacks.

Hotel Panorama by Rhombus

Hotel Panorama by Rhombus Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The luxurious, 324-room Hotel Panorama is the Rhombus chain's crown jewel in Hong Kong. This contemporary waterfront high-rise, located in the popular tourist area of Tsim Sha Tsui, boasts panoramic views of beautiful Victoria Harbour and the city. The modern, sophisticated rooms, though small, have mirrors behind the beds make the space appear bigger, as well as modern perks including flat-screen TVs, minibars and iPod docks. The bathrooms are more enclosed than those at its sister properties, and have narrow shower/tub combos (or shower/tub combos plus a separate walk-in shower) and shiny black counters. Amenities are extensive: two restaurants serving all three meals (the casual Cafe Express and trendy Ava Slash Bar, with great views); a fitness center; and a "Sky Garden" with putting green overlooking the harbor. For business travelers, there are spacious meeting rooms and a business center.

The Luxe Manor

The Luxe Manor Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Luxe Manor is a true sensory experience for the eyes. This upscale boutique hotel is designed to look like Salvador Dali's imagination -- and the result is certainly surreal, if a bit busy and over-the-top. The lobby is decorated in bold colors, there's a lip-shaped sofa in the bar, and the rooms have details such as busy animal-print carpets, and flat-screen TVs hanging in frames above faux fireplaces. The decor is quirky, to be sure, but might but it may not be to everyone's taste, and can have a sort of dizzying effect. The Luxe Manor is certainly a one-of-a-kind hotel, and has a convenient location in the popular tourist area Tsim Sha Tsui.

Holiday Inn Hong Kong-Golden Mile

Holiday Inn Hong Kong-Golden Mile Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 614-room hotel is a nice mid-range pick for business and leisure travelers alike. It has an excellent location in Tsim Sha Tsui, a block from the subway and within walking distance to shopping and major attractions. Rooms are fairly spacious (by Hong Kong standards), and come equipped with minibars, free tea and coffee, flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, but they’re showing wear and tear, and there's a fee for Wi-Fi. The large rooftop pool, the Family Rooms, and the varied dining options on-site make it a solid pick for families, but there’s a pesky fee for rollaway beds and cots, and some guests complain about the seedy vibe outside the hotel at night. There’s also a spa, complete with a sauna and a steam room that guests can use free of charge, and a bright, modern fitness center.

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  • Hong Kong Island
  • Kowloon

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